Personal Trainer Level 4 Course Tenerife

1.550,00 

Courses taught in Tenerife by Davide
Minimum age of entry: 16+
Learn: Personal Training to an advanced level
Pre-requisite: Fitness Instructor Level 3
Ideal for: Individuals who already hold a Gym Instructor qualification, wishing to become self-employed running their own personal training business or Gym Instructors who want to work as a professional personal trainer.
Diploma: Level 4
Venue + Timescale: Duke Gym Residents Courses taught January to July 2024 will take place every Tuesday and Thursday for 2.5 hours over 8 sessions and October to November every Tuesday and Thursday 10am to 6pm over 5 sessions
Venue + Timescale: T3 Fast-Track Intensive Training taught in April, June, September and December 2024 will include 5 days of intensive training plus home study of 10-14 weeks.

Courses at Duke Gym venue or T3 venue in Tenerife. Courses also run in both Tenerife and Thailand. Please ensure you are choosing the correct venue and location.

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Minimum age of entry : 16+
Learn: Personal Training to an advanced level
Pre-requisite: Fitness Instructor Level 3
Ideal for: Individuals who already hold a Gym Instructor qualification, wishing to become self-employed running their own personal training business or Gym Instructors who want to work as a professional personal trainer
Venue + Timescale: Duke Gym Residents Courses taught January to July 2024 will take place every Tuesday and Thursday for 2.5 hours over 8 sessions.
Venue + Timescale: T3 Fast-Track Intensive Training taught in April and June 2024 will include 5 days of intensive training plus home study of 10-14 weeks.
Diploma: Level 4

After this course, students can work as a personal trainer worldwide as this qualification is internationally recognised.

The purpose of a personal trainer is to coach clients individually according to their fitness needs, through an agreed exercise/physical activity plan and assist with behaviour change. A personal trainer’s role includes designing, implementing and evaluating exercise/physical activity programmes for a range of individual clients by collecting and analysing client information to ensure the effectiveness of personal exercise programmes. A personal trainer should also actively encourage potential clients/members to participate in and adhere to regular exercise/physical activity programmes, employing appropriate motivational strategies to achieve this.

Occupational Role:

  • A personal trainer should be able to:
  • Collect information relating to individual clients.
  • Select and conduct fitness assessments to establish client fitness and skill level.
  • Analyse information relating to individual clients, assessing the client’s skills and abilities.
  • Identifying specific threats and possibilities to start the training process.
  • Co-operate with or refer to an exercise health specialist or an allied health professional as necessary and as required by the scope of practice of a personal trainer.
  • Identify, agree and review short, medium and long-term goals to ensure the effectiveness of exercise programmes.
  • Design a range of exercise programmes in accordance with the needs of clients by applying principles of exercise programming.
  • Conduct assessments of the exercise space, equipment and environment in order to identify potential hazards and undertake necessary modifications to provide safety and reduce risk for clients and the personal trainer.
  • Provide clients with accurate and credible information on the principles of nutrition and weight management, referring to a dietitian/nutritionist as necessary.
  • Develop and apply strategies to motivate clients to engage in and adhere to an exercise programme.
  • Evaluate how current technology can help clients stay motivated to adhere to exercise/physical activity guidelines and structured exercise programmes.
  • Deliver good customer service and be a positive role model at all times and keep up to date with industry developments.
  • Promote healthy activities and related strategies for active daily living to clients (lifestyle management).
  • Make appropriate decisions relating to clients and their programmes/goals and, where required, refer the client to a more appropriate professional.
  • Apply business, marketing, and selling strategies and best practices to achieve success as an employee, independent contractor or entrepreneur.
  • Work within the parameters given at Level 4, recognising the standards and professional limitations that this provides and referring to appropriate staff members for guidance and support.

Course Content:

  • How to encourage healthy lifestyle behaviours and strategies for change
  • The skills to plan and conduct exercise sessions with different types of clients in a variety of environments with a range of resources
  • The lifestyle and medical factors that affect wellbeing
  • How to deliver exceptional customer service
  • Professional conduct
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Nutrition
  • Health and Safety
  • Legal and professional requirements for personal training
  • How to set up and manage a personal training business
  • How to manage, evaluate and improve own performance

Additional information

Combined Level

February – March 2024: 13/02, 15/02, 20/02, 22/02, 27/02, 29/02, 05/03, 07/03 (DG), April 15th – April 19th 2024 (T3), June – June 2024: 04/06, 06/06, 11/06, 13/06, 18/06, 20/06, 25/06, 27/06 (DG), July 8th – July 13th 2024 (T3), September 23rd – September 27th 2024 (T3), October 31th – November 14th 2024 ( DG ), December 9th – December 13th 2024 ( T3 )

Disclaimer

once you have paid a deposit for your course to secure your place , or paid for your course in full , all payments are non-refundable